The word itself is normally associate with mental images of people massaging feet or weird diagrams with tiny organ-shaped labels over specific parts of the underside of a foot. However, reflexology treatments are not limited to the feet alone. Therapists that practice it apply pressure to certain points found in the lower legs, hands, face … Continue reading What is reflexology?
Pretty sure I wasn't the only one who noticed the sky the other day. Yellow, orange, odd-coloured sun, Mad Max: Fury Road vibes ... Any of that sound familiar? I didn't get to witness the phenomenon - brought to us by the enthusiastic winds of Hurricane Ophelia - in its full glory, unlike the rest of … Continue reading The apocalypse and asthma
As mentioned in our last post, Hijama (cupping) can relieve the symptoms of many health conditions in ways that are not always fully understood by those who have studied the practise. It could be that the beneficial lifestyle and diet related advice that we usually offer, along with our therapy, has some part to play … Continue reading Does Hijama (cupping) counter epilepsy?
Hijama (cupping) therapy is one of those treatments that can have both planned and partially unplanned benefits. For example, there are patients that have visited our clinic to treat their systemic points or for detox purposes. After their session had ended, they realised that an ache in their shoulder that they had previously was now … Continue reading Cupping, kidneys and constipation
Perhaps you have come across the name of this service on our Facebook page. Or maybe one of our practitioners mentioned it in clinic, during the course of an initial assessment or treatment. The truth is, you might have just stumbled upon this post after mistyping a word in Google. Regardless, here you are and now … Continue reading What is Pain-Free Therapy?
All around the world, Hijama (cupping) therapists tend to treat people for several similar reasons. These commonly shared goals often include being able to make a living through their skills, healing people via non-medicinal remedies and reviving highly beneficial religious practises. However, their methods usually differ drastically from one practitioner to the next, ranging from … Continue reading Why do we treat the systemic points with Hijama (cupping)?
Bit of an odd sounding question, now that I think about it. For lots of people, the label 'stress acne' is one of the not so nice parts of their reality. Most of us are also quite familiar with the sensation of nausea as it accompanies our uncertainty. However, these are usually short term symptoms … Continue reading Do our bodies reflect our brains?